Wed, May 20|
Creative Leadership in Turbulent Times
Innovation and creativity are absolutely necessary to thrive in the 21st Century, but especially now!
Time & Location
May 20, 2020, 1:00 PM
About the Event
Are you and your organization becoming more - or less - creative? Jonathan’s TED Talk on this topic won the best speaker of the conference. Participants will learn 5 secrets to rediscovering creativity. Lessons and memorable anecdotes come from some of the most creative people and organizations in history, as well as Jonathan’s personal experience implementing these lessons as an entrepreneur, parent, educator, and with clients large and small. What Jonathan calls the “innovator’s equation” has been a game-changer for leaders across the country. This was a favorite for a global entrepreneurship summit in Sydney, Australia. The following topics will be covered in the webinar:
· Einstein’s advice to solving a problem when your life depends on it
· Why Wilbur Wright’s “sensible piece of paper” example from 1902 is relevant to these turbulent times
· 5 secrets to rediscovering creativity and inspiring creativity in your team
ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Jonathan Fanning is the author of several books, including Who are you BECOMING? and has been coaching leaders – from Fortune 500 executives to sole proprietors – for over 15 years.
If you are familiar with TED talks, Jonathan was voted the best speaker at a recent TED conference.
He has also built several successful businesses, including a national children’s fitness franchise and Entrepreneur Adventure, which helps young people experience business start-up and ownership.
He has inspired and challenged audiences with his message in 49 states and on 3 continents.
Registration is FREE to both HFMA members and non-members: CPE Credits: 1.0
To receive CPE credit for this session you will be required to register and log on to the event individually.
FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO REGISTER CLICK THE FOLLOWING
For more information contact Brenden Mance at Brenden_Mance@URMC.Rochester.edu or 585-276-7440